Korean delegation hail services at Asian Games Town

11:23, November 22, 2010      

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Korean delegation hail services of Guangzhou Asian Games at the press conference

Korean Olympic Committee held a press conference in Main Press Centre on Saturday morning, and Lee Kee Heung, Chef de Mission of Korean delegation, and Noh Min-sang, Head Coach of Korean National Swimming Team, attended the press event, together with swimmers Park Tae-hwan and Jeong Da-rae.

Lee said he was quite satisfied with a variety of services provided by the Guangzhou Asian Games Organising Committee (GAGOC) during the November 12 - 27 Games. And he even went further to hail that facilities and environment at the Asian Games Town have been perfect, especially in catering service and pointed out that GAGOC has been very considerate to provide Korean cuisine and kimchi to Korean delegation.

Park said that he prepared quite hard for the Guangzhou Asian Games and was satisfied with his own performance. For the coming week, he will stay in Guangzhou and cheer for his teammates.

(Photo by GAGOC)


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